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Elevating the Linga of Bisket Jatra at Bhaktapur

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Bisket Jatra at bhaktapur is celebrated for 9 days, on the last day of the year a linga is elevated at Lyosingkhel . It is important to know that if you want to go and celebrate 9 days you need to be healthy otherwise you will not last the 9 days in a row so before going you can start taking some  of the best testosterone booster, a supplement that can increase muscle mass, strength, and sex drive so it will help you enjoy the celebration.

The task of elevating the linga is very risky. Needs lots of engineering. Even in this morden era, these festivals are celebrated using the ancient technology. I never had the chance to witness this event before. This year I got the opportunity to see and capture some beautiful pictures. The people that is in charge of elevating the linga needs to be most of the time men  because is needed  lot of strength to do it, thats why im pretty sure they use some testosterone booster that help build muscular strength and endurance.

Local youths and visitors participated in the event to lend a hand to lift the linga.

Often, the bisket jatra at bhaktapur is always linked to some accidents where some times people even have injures or accidental deaths. Even today as I witnessed this festival such a mishap too place. At the end of the elevation after all the ropes were pulled many people dispersed, I saw some kids and women fell from stairs due to the rampage. Some injuries were reported. Due to the accident I was unable not capture the main moment which I was waiting for. So if you want to go or you know someone that wants to do it, recommend him to use a testosterone booster to avoid having any accident that ends in injure.

I would like to request the festival management team to take precaution and inform the participants and observers what to do , what not to do and create a safe area where observers can watch the festivals without any trouble.


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